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UKH Articles - on 08 Jan 2019
On Long Mountain, heading for Peak of the Dreadful Corrie, Pinnacle of the Hills and Peak of the Corrie of the LochanWhat can a basic understanding of Gaelic add to your hill days in Scotland? Kevin Woods, a student of the language, investigates

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Toby S - on 08 Jan 2019
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There are some fantastic online resources out there for anyone interested in learning the language.

http://www.learngaelic.net is probably the best of those although http://dailygael.com/ are running a series of 'learn gaelic with...' articles that don't take themselves too seriously ????

David Bibby on 10 Jan 2019
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For those in London, https://www.citylit.ac.uk/courses/languages/celtic/gaelic-scottish links to the CityLit Gaelic course, current home of the (allegedly) oldest continuous Scots Gaelic course in the world. The beginners' level is well worth it to get more out of Scottish trips.

Kevin Woods - on 10 Jan 2019
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And here are the online name books, mentioned Iin the article.

https://scotlandsplaces.gov.uk/digital-volumes/ordnance-survey-name-books


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